Definition of Crispy. Meaning of Crispy. Synonyms of Crispy

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Definition of Crispy

Crispy
Crispy Crisp"y (-?), a. 1. Formed into short, close ringlets; frizzed; crisp; as, crispy locks. 2. Crisp; brittle; as, a crispy pie crust.

Meaning of Crispy from wikipedia

- Crispiness or crispness is one of the most common food texture attributes. Crispiness refers to a hard food that emits a sound upon fracturing. Foods...
- which are regular widespread varieties (peanut butter, almond, pretzel, crispy, dark chocolate, and caramel) while others are limited in duration or geographic...
- Crispy pata is a Filipino dish consisting of deep fried pig trotters or knuckles served with a soy-vinegar dip. It can be served as party fare or an everyday...
- pancakes rolled around the fillings. Sometimes pickled radish is also inside. Crispy aromatic duck is a similar dish to Peking duck and is po****r in the United...
- Crispy Crunch is a hard chocolate bar with a crispy peanut butter flake inside that is made by Cadbury in Canada. Harold Oswin, an employee of William...
- Fresh, Fried and Crispy is an American food reality television series hosted by American food critic and YouTube personality Daym Drops. It premiered on...
- Crispy Pancakes may refer to: Khanom buang, a Thai dish often sold by street vendors, called "crispy pancakes" in English Crispy Pancakes (brand), the...
- Crispy Ambulance are an English post-punk band, formed in Manchester in late-1977 by Keith Darbyshire (b****), Robert Davenport (guitar), Alan Hempsall...
- Crispy Critters was a breakfast cereal manufactured by Post Cereals starting in 1963. The sweetened cereal, made of oats, consisted of animal-shaped pieces...
- on MasterChef, claiming that the stewed "chicken rendang" dish was "not crispy enough and could not be eaten". This remark caused a significant media and...